I hit up Rochey's today. I just needed produce and meat so it wasn't some extreme couponing frenzy. I did use a $5/$50 coupon from the Entertainment Book though.
Two great healthy finds I spotted (that are REALLY good - there were others but you can just open your circular to find those):
Goya Beans - .50 cents a can! Woohoo! (I've been trying to reduce the red meat/crap meat our family (i.e. ME) eats. So supplementing with bean dishes is working for now).
Annie's Mac & Cheese - Reg. $2.29 a box, on sale for only $1.00! I know a bunch of my readers (i.e. friends) dig this stuff. I grabbed a couple of the regular looking stuff (if Mac & Cheese isn't bright orange, my kids won't touch it). Just passing on the info because at this price, it's a great deal to stock up on. I usually keep it real with Kraft, but I'm looking out for you "healthy" people! :)
I personally think Rochey's is the best store around - especially if you aren't one for coupons. Their prices aren't bad, you don't need a rewards card, the stores are clean, the people are overly nice, etc. etc. It's not really an "extreme couponing" stop - since they aren't big into catalinas or other crazy stuff - but if you are just looking for an every day bargain and overall great shopping experience, I'd hit up Rochey's. Just my 2 cents that nobody asked for.